Destination to a short distance west of Thessaloniki where we can visit ancient Pella and the Macedonian tombs of the time of Alexander the Great.
Pella was the first Macedonian capital, as well as the birthplace of Alexander the Great. We will visit some of the most interesting places in ancient history in Greece.
In Pella, the ancient capital of Macedonia and the birthplace of Alexander the Great, we will see the archaeological site with the extensive Macedonian archaeological site, an excellent collection of marble, mosaics and terracotta statuettes discovered here.
In Vergina, we will visit the most important relics of the Palace of the Kingdom of Macedonia, richly decorated with mosaics and painted plasterwork, as well as the cemetery with more than 300 mounds, some of which date from the 11th century BC.
One of the royal tombs is the same as that of Philip II, who conquered all the Greek cities, paving the way for his son, Alexander and the expansion of the Hellenistic world.
Receive from anywhere in northern Greece, go to ancient Pella, Macedonian Tombs, Vergina and return back.